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MAKE: Dodge / Mercedes-Benz / Freightliner
MODEL: VA Sprinter
YEAR: 2006 (1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 applicable)
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GROUP TAB LOCATOR
0 Lubrication & Maintenance
3 Differential & Driveline
8E Electronic Control Modules
8F Engine Systems
8G Heated Systems
8I Ignition Control
8J Instrument Cluster
8N Power Systems
8P Speed Control
8Q Vehicle Theft Security
11 Exhaust System
13 Frame & Bumpers
14 Fuel System
24 Heating & Air Conditioning
25 Emissions Control
Component and System Index
Service Manual Comment Forms (Rear of Manual)
3.3 BRAKE ASSIST SYSTEM (HBA)
The Brake Assist System (HBA) analyzes how hard and fast the driver wants to brake. It monitors the brake pressure via a pressure sensor. The passenger car brake assist system uses a vacuum booster solenoid. The Sprinter uses the hydraulic control unit to develop the brake pressure.
3.4 TCS (ASR)
The primary function of the Traction Control System is to reduce wheel slip and maintain traction at the driven wheels when the road surfaces are slippery. The
Traction Control System reduces wheel slip by applying the brake that has lost traction. The system is designed to operate at speeds below 50 km/h (30 mph). The engines torque can be reduced by the ECM via the CAN C Bus, if necessary. The TCS can be deactivated with switch on the dash. The Traction Control System uses the ABS to indicate spinning tires to enable the traction control function. The TCS software is in the CAB.
The TCS (ASR) performs the following functions:
1. Engine power derate
2. Engine deceleration regulation. If the vehicle is on a patch of ice, the simple action of releasing the throttle is enough to cause the rear wheels to slip. To avoid this, the throttle input is regulated so power drops slowly instead of abruptly. The engine power is reduced (decelerated) as necessary.
STANDARD PROCEDURE - HANDLING NON - DEPLOYED SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINTS
At no time should any source of electricity be permitted near the inflator on the back of a non-deployed airbag or seat belt tensioner. When carrying a non-deployed airbag, the trim cover or airbag cushion side of the unit should be pointed away from the body to minimize injury in the event of an accidental deployment. If the airbag unit is placed on a bench or any other surface, the trim cover or airbag cushion side of the unit should be face up to minimize movement in the event of an accidental deployment. When handling a non-deployed seat belt tensioner, take proper care to keep fingers out from under the retractor cover and away from the seat belt webbing where it exits from the retractor cover. In addition, the supplemental restraint system should be disarmed whenever any steering wheel, steering column, seat belt tensioner, airbag, impact sensor, or instrument panel components require diagnosis or service. Failure to observe this warning could result in accidental deployment and possible personal injury.
All damaged, faulty or non-deployed airbags and seat belt tensioners which are replaced on vehicles are to be handled and disposed of properly. If an airbag or seat belt tensioner unit is faulty or damaged and non-deployed, refer to the Hazardous Substance Control System for proper disposal. Dispose of all
non-deployed and deployed airbags and seat belt tensioners in a manner consistent with state, provincial, local and federal regulations.
SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT STORAGE
Airbags and seat belt tensioners must be stored in their original, special container until they are used for service. Also, they must be stored in a clean, dry environment; away from sources of extreme heat, sparks, and high electrical energy. Always place or store any airbag on a surface with its trim cover or airbag cushion side facing up, to minimize movement in case of an accidental deployment.